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80 tacar n o,m.(to-ad-cur-, Ped. ii 499 ). (a) gathering,collecting,
collection: beich bhecca acc tionol ┐ acc tiomsuccadh a
ttacair ┐ a ttigedhais, BNnÉ 57.37 .gan trealamh, gan t. ¤ ,
gan trebairecht do thriall, MR 102.9 .do thacur ┐ do thim-
sugad luirech, 224.7 .tachar (leg.tacar) ┐ tinol a n-ech ┐
85a n-airm, ZCP xiii 170.3 . ?o thochur máine, Lism. L.
1182 . ?gabsad ... tocur na senclum ass they began to pick
out the old feathers
(?), RC x 76.2 v.l. (b) levying,mustering
(of troops) : nim-mór as tabarta i n-árim na tacair the
gatherings (of troops) are not much to be accounted of (?)
,
TTr. 932 .cethri fichit long do thacur ┐ d'foirithin in
5morchatha(?), Alex. 119 .do shluagh thacair thiomargaidh
`a summoned and pressed army,' TD 2.38 . 4.45 .Cf. ar
cuicti do tacur cuigi summon(?), Laws i 252.35 Comm.
Note also :t. ¤ ghiolla an rechtaire gear , RC xxix 219.25 .is
cóll gessi don tigsea a thachur (?leg.thacur) for áenfer,
10 Aisl. MC 15.11 .rotrellaim tacur a luingi, Celt. Rev. ix
126.20 (=tachar, TTebe 2045 ).t. ¤ ` plenty, amultitude,
provision ,' O'R.

? 1 tacart(h)a subst.from part. ofdo-accair?is é m'fín
mo tacarta | is é mo medg mo taiden, Anecd. ii 20 § 2 .is
15ainm dó mo tacarda | ionmain sruth álainn iodhan, § 4 .
fri cach tacarta bes docho araile choice ', Laws iii 40.28 .

? 2 tacart(h)a adj. Part.ofdo-accair?ad-mestar íarn
assa thoichib túathtacarthaib (tuath tacartaibh, tuath
taccarthar,v.ll.), ZCP xi 94 § 39 .laoch tagartha`conceited
20hero
,' Oss. iv 112 3.

tacarthach adj o, ā(tacra) aggressive,violent: fa t. ¤ an teg-
mháil, Ériu v 180.320 .

tacarthóir n i,m.(tacra)apleader: no go nderbann in tacar-
toir is saer in cintach=actore non probante reus absoluitur,
25 H.3.18,330 ( O'C. 675 ).

taccad xseetocad.

taccair xseetacair.

taccomol n(seeaccomol) union: inbanna ruad roglach | t. ¤
glond claidbech`a union of feats of the sword,' Arch. Hib. ii
3055 § 8 ( LL 182a37 ).

taccra,taccre xseetacra.

taccu asseverativeparticle indeed,I warrant . Perh.vb.
in1 sg., Zeuss 434a , but according to Ped.(ii 261 ) belongs to
the n-less forms of the negationna(i)cc(<to+accu). In
35glosses used both in positive and negative statements :
tacco, issíigl.nonne uos ante Dominum ... estis in adventu ?
Wb 25a3 .t. ¤ , ni adilgnigmargl.numquid egemus ? 15a2 .
t. ¤ ni mé as béogl.uiuo autem, iam non ego, 19a18 . `im
Gegenteil
,' Thurn. Hdb. 492 . `I declare, affirm,' Thes.
40 cech rí nad choisc a maccu | issed arbi de t. ¤ , LL 149a45 .
occo maro thoit in torcc | t. ¤ nír luitt a longphort`I warrant,'
Eriu iv 100.4 .nīdat fiú turcbāil, t. ¤ ` I declare ,' Otia i
123 § 9. is bes do mac Dē, tacu | ní sraiglend a lesmacu,
ZCP vii 297.7 .

45 ? taccur ind mac doirche .i. mac dognither i taideiu sech fine
.i. cin t. ¤ , H.3.18,390a ( O'C. 865 ).Cf. tacair,tacar.

? tacfainn v ad chuirr nach dtaisdill gach tír | nocha tt. ¤ tú
entír(sic leg.?) `thou shalt notreach any land,' Duan. Finn
i 21.28 .

50 1 tacha n(f.?Cf. tacha mhór, ALC i 138.7 ) (a) want,
necessity,scarcity: .i. teirce, O'Cl.ba tairm t. ¤ , Met. Dinds.
iii 458.108 .toraind nar t. ¤ tirim`an allotment neither scanty
nor sterile
,' iv 340.4 .tuar neith ina dtú t. ¤ `in which I am
poor
,' Dán Dé vii 3 .t. ¤ (sic leg.) gan tidhlucud, ZCP viii
55209.13 . Frequ. with foll. gen. :t. ¤ broit na biid, Goid. 104.8
(Lib. Hymn.).t. ¤ connaidh, BNnÉ 82 § 164 .do dhíth t. ¤ a
ngníomh 's a ngal for there is no scarcity of their valiant
deeds
, Hackett xliii 91 .t. ¤ lúidh ná lámaig, O'Gr. Cat.
504.21. t. ¤ neirt, 376.5 .t. ¤ tapaid, MR 268.23 .
60In phrases with various prepp. :srotha ar t. ¤ a reatha,
Ó Bruad. i 54 .Withcen plentiful,abundant,fruitful,
frequent: in túaim cen t. ¤ rothag`the plenteous stead he
chose
,' Met. Dinds. iv 130.103 .tir gan t. ¤ fruitful , Fen.
210.25 .an fear gan t. ¤ tréighthe`who lacked no talents,'
65 Ó Bruad. i 14 .dogníthe cen t. ¤ thair | óenach Macha 'sin
mór-maig`in full numbers,' Met. Dinds iv 124.19 .robris
C. cathu | gen tachu cen techtu (trebhthu, MS.), Todd
Nenn. 148.6 .gan t. ¤ gan toirmeasc without fail , ZCP i
130.19 .uadib rachin É. | ni scéla co t. ¤ , LL 46a34 .roclass
70fo th. ¤ thair` in solitude ,' Met. Dinds. iv 130.95 .in-nochta
┐ i t. ¤ n-etaig, PH 6158.
(b) hardship,distress,extremity: fíoch na ríogh, t. ¤ na
dtuath, DDána 79.18 .a bhfuair do th. ¤ um thulaigh nI.,
83.10 .treinfir as treise i dtac[h]a, O'Gr. Cat. 505.1.

75 tachail n stinting,avarice. ? Cf. tochailt tachailt, cóir (tachail
[tochail], lochdach ón chéillsin), IGT Decl. § 42.22 .sund
fríth failti cen t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 318.15 .is é is mac dhuit
Día rod chruthaigh | cia nach tuig ré t. ¤ through meanness,
pettiness
(?), IGT Decl. ex. 1188 . Seetochailche.

80 tachaise n f.(?) (tacha) scarcity,dearth: tachaisi mor i tuais-
cert Erenn, AU ii 206.22 = ALC i 172.4 .ár adbul ar buaib
... tachaisi mhór ... ┐ toirmesc ar tighedus na bliadna,
AU iii 404.16 .

tachar xseetochur.

85 tacharán n(?tochur)o,m. orphan,waif: a[c] caoinead a
tsentacharaín mithtapaidh, TTebe p. xvi .do chum nach
biadh sinn feasda mur thacharain; Luc. Fid. 373.2 (=lean-
buibh, Ephes. iv 14 ).as mian leat bheith do thacharan a
longadanacht le gach gaoith, Luc. Fid. 374.7 . ` orphan,
infant,spright ,' O'R.táchrán` orphan,weakling ,' Dinneen.
5 Cf. tachráin bhíos ar baois as éisg 'na dtairr, TD 35.9 .